Viburnum opulus

Viburnum opulus guilder-rose

Plant grows in the wild/spontaneouslyPlant is invasive in PA Synonyms:   Viburnum opulus ssp. opulus, Viburnum opulus var opulus

This European plant is cultivated and often escapes to woods, fields and roadsides.  It has become invasive in our state. It is very similar to the native V. trilobum differeing in the mostly sessile petiolar glands.

Present throughout the state.

Wetland code: Not classified

Flowers in May.

Fruits August to October.